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cliff negotiations. i am joined by congressman peter king from new york who is involved. congressman, great to have you here. >> great to be here. >> happy holidays. >> happy birthday. >> have i to ask you, what are you doing home when we are approaching the fiscal cliff? >> probably not. once the deal broke on thursday night, the president and the speaker and the majority leader and the senate thought it was best to step back and now try to work out an arrangement. i have no problem being there. >> were you in support the plan b? >> i was. it was not a perfect plan, but considering the alternative, basically what john boehner was saying was no taxes would raise on anyone who had under $1 million. he was setting a million dollar threshold. the president was 250 or 400,000. i thought john boehner's hand was better and would strengthen in the negotiations. i think too many people in the conference were afraid would be seen as voting to increase taxes, but for not voting on the tax on over there for over a monthly they are allowing the tax on everyone over 2 thift,000 to go up. >> ?ar m
abbas arrived in ramallah from the u.n. vote in new york. he received there a hero's welcome. there were thousands and thousands in the main square outside the government offices. many held up the picture, balloons, the palestinian flag. abbas told the crowd and i quote "palestine achieved historic achievement at the united nations." meanwhile, the palestinians celebrated, israeli settlement construction on the west bank continued today. in response to the u.n. vote, israel said it was planning for additional construction in the same area where the pict the actual work, that could be years away. government gave green light for construction of 3,000 units in east jerusalem and elsewhere on the west bank. weekly cabinet meeting today prime minister benjamin netanyahu dismissed criticism of the settlement construction saying and i quote, "we will carry on building in jerusalem and in all areas on the map of israel strategic interest." if israel proceeds with the settlement plans the palestinians say it is going to make it immaterial possible for them to have -- make it impossible to have a
by super storm sandy, including $12 billion to repair the new york and new jersey transportation system, and strengthening them. but it faces uncertainty heading into the house. we have more from molly. >> reporter: yes, it's passed the senate. there are a couple of reasons why it might languish in the house -- the fiscal cliff and the amount of the bill. the fiscal cliff is sucking all the oxygen out of the room. it is possible that the sandy relief bill could be tacked on to any other bill, it is not certain. also, some conservative lawmakers want a smaller bill to go to the recovery, not the one passed by the senate. with the tight economic situation, they may want to scale it back or include spending cuts elsewhere to offset the cost of the aid package. when it was going through the senate, 12 senate republicans voted for passage of the sandy bill. the rest voted against t. now te possible holdup in the house has led governors of new jersey, new york and connecticut, to lean on the lawmakers, writing, so the question to each and every member of the house is, if this storm had struck
, new york. >> you've got the best voice. can i borrow your voice for an answering machine according? >> everything so slow in the south. >> alisyn: if you weren't a singer, you should have been a anchorman. >> i can't read a teleprompter. >> neither can i. >> alisyn: exactly: merry christmas to my coanchors, kelly, great to have you. clayton, thank you so much. you gave me a beautiful pen. >> i tried to get her techy for so long. >>> we start this sunday morning with new reaction to the national rifle association's controversial plan in response to the massacre in newtown. the gun rights lobby group calling for a debated proposal saying there should be armed guards in schools across the country. good morning everyone, i'm eric shawn. >> i'm jamie colby. we're glad you're here. the nra plan coming on the heels of the tragedy in newtown, connecticut. the deadliest mass shooting in a grade school in american history where the gunman armed with semi-automatic rifles made his way into the school with handguns as well. he killed 20 children and six adults before turning the gun on himsel
for the energy and commerce committee. good to see you in person. welcome to new york. >> who do you think is going to blink? president obama says he wants the tax hikes to go up on the wealthy. >> we both better get together and come up with a solution. that's what the american family wants. all the other issues, we have to remember, it's what takes place, not at the 30,000 foot level, but at the kitchen table level. that's where the people are very concerned. will they have a job tomorrow? will their children have a job in the future? that means we have to deal with the deficit and the spending. we cannot continue to do this. the president's issue of unlimited power to raise the deficit, whenever he wants is like taking the brakes off the car and hitting the accelerator as we are head to the cliff. the republicans have offer someday things to deal with the revenue. the president has. these are the discussions that go on and on. we have to solve that. >> eric: overall, the deficit, the spending, $16 trillion, it goes up and up and and up. it affects us, our children, our grandchildren. wh
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